Department of Systematics, Biodiversity and Evolution of Plants (with Herbarium)

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PABST, Carl ca. 1826 - 1863
died: S. Catharina, Brazil
Gardener from Halle, collected in Brazil.

Biography: Bot. Zeitung. 21: 328. 1863.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 367.
GOET: Bry. from Brazil (S. Catharina) (Hb. Solms).

Revisions: C. MÜLLER 1857, Bot. Zeitung. 15: 377 - 387.


PAESKE, Friedrich (Fritz) Carl Hermann 1855 - 1910
born: Konraden near Reetz nr. Arnswalde [Chszczno] died: Braunschweig
Studied law in Strasbourg and Berlin. Worked as lawyer in Neuruppin, Landsberg a. W. and Eberswalde. 1888 - 1902; Lord of the manor in Konraden. Botanist.

Biography: Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 52: (65) - (68). 1911.
Herbarium: GOET (109 fascicle, presented in 1890), contains numerous exsiccatae
(acquired by exchanging specimens ?). Own collections from central Europe
(ca. 1882 - 1886), including Mark Brandenburg, Pommern, Alsace,
Switzerland, Austria, Tatra.


PAÎCHE (- FAURE), Philippe 1842 - 1911
born: Geneve died: Mayens - de - Sion (Valais)
Businessman, and later private scholar. Botanist (especially some critical genera, and also Charales and fungi).

Biography: Bull. Soc. Bot. Genève sér. 2. 3: 262 - 263. 1911.
BRIQUET 1940.
Herbarium: G
GOET: Switzerland: Geneve (Hb. Vo., Peter).


PANČIĆ, Josef 1814 - 1888
born: Břibir (Croatia) died: Belgrad (Beograd)
Prof. of botany and director of the botanical gardens in Belgrad.

Biography: Österr. Bot. Z. 38: 257 - 262, 310 - 314. 1888.
Ann. Bot., London 2: 422 - 423. 1889.
ADAMOVIĆ, L. 1909, Die Vegetationsverhältnisse der Balkanländer. S. 3 - 6.
GOET: Yugoslavia (Serbia, Montenegro), ca. 1868 - 75 (Hb. Gris.).


PANTOCSEK, József (Josef) 1846 - 1916
born: Nagyszombat (Hungary, now Trnava, ČSSR)
died: Tavarnok, Kom. Nyitra (Hungary, now Nitra, ČSSR)
Doctor and botanist. Local doctor in Tavarnok, finally director of the state hospital in Pozsony [Pressburg]. Specialist for diatom fossils.

Biography: Mag. Bot. Lap. 15: 213 - 223. 1916.
GOET: Yugoslavia, "Iter hercegovinico - crnogoricum" 1872 (Hb. Gris.). The expedition was
organised by GRISEBACH (see Bot. Zeitung. 30: 131. 1872). PANTOCSEK was
GRISEBACH's student.

Revisions: PANTOCSEK 1874: Beiträge zur Flora und Faunader Hercegovina, Crnagora
und Dalmatiens. Verh. Ver. Natur- u. Heilkunde Pressburg N. F. 2: 1 - 144
(a few large families are revised by GRISEBACH here, some of the types are in
GOET).


PAPE, Georg Carl von 1834 - 1868
died: Lüneburg
Lawyer (assessor) in Celle (?), Lüneburg, Dannenberg. Botanist.

Biography: ASCH. & GR. 6(2): 913. 1909.
Herbarium: HBG (?)
GOET: Germany, in particular Lower Saxony (Hb. Gris.).


PARIS, Jean Gabriel Édouard Narcisse 1827 - 1911
born: Saint - Contest (Cannes) died: Dinard (Ille - et - Vilaine)
Officer (finally brigade general), including in Algeria, Strasbourg (worked together with W. Ph. SCHIMPER), Périgueux, Narbonne, Brest and Paris. Bryologist.

Biography: COSSON 1881: 75 - 76.
Rev. Bryol. 38: 93 - 95. 1911.
Bryologist 15: 97 - 98. 1912.
GRUMMANN 1974.
GOET: Bryotheca, ca. 50 Nr. (France, Algeria) in RABENHORST, Bryotheca &
Hepat. Phan: Algeria in F. SCHULTZ, Herb. Norm.


PARISH, W. F.

GOET: USA: "Arizona Plants", 1884.


PARLATORE, Filippo 1816 - 1877
born: Palermo died: Florence
Botanist. Initially worked as prof. of anatomy and later of botany in Florence, where he founded the herbarium.

Biography: Bull. Soc. Bot. Fr. 30: CXXV - CXXVI. 1883.
J. Bot., London 15: 320. 1897.
Herbarium: FI
GOET: Sicily (Hb. Bg., Gris.).


PAU (y ESPANOL), Carlos 1857 - 1937
born and died: Segorbe
Spanish botanist. Pharmacist.

Biography: Encicl. Univ. Ill. 42: 928 - 929. 1920.
Anal. Real Acad. Farmac. 8(1): 53-65. 1942.
GOET: Spain, ca. 1887 - 1897 (Hb. Pae., Vo.).


PAUL, Hermann Karl Gustav 1876 - 1964
born: Gartz a. d. Oder died: Florence
Botanist, in particular bryologist (specialised in Sphagnum) and rust fungus (Uredinales). Flora plant geography worker. Studied in Berlin (student of A. ENGLER). Botanist at the Bavarian moor research institute in Munich from 1904.

Biography: Ber. Bayer. Bot. Ges. 37: 69 - 76. 1964.
MÄGDEFRAU 1978: 147.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 368-371.
Herbarium: M
GOET: Bry. from Bavaria (Hb. Schell.).


PAVLOVIĆ, Sava - 1881
Assistant to prof. PANČIĆ (Belgrade), then teacher of natural history at the secondary school in Čačak (Serbia). Botanist.

Biography: Bot. Cbl. 6: 396. 1881.
GOET: Serbia, 1878 / 79.


PEHERSDORFER, Anna 1849 - 1925
born: Linz died: Baden near Vienna
Teacher, worked for a long time in Steyr (upper Austria). Wrote "Flora of Steyr".

Biography: KRACKOWITZER & BERGER 1931, Biogr. Lex. Österr. ob der Enns.
GOET: Upper Austria, Bavarian Alps, ca. 1879 - 81 (Hb. Vo.).


PERNHOFFER, Gustav von - 1899
died: Vienna
Dr. med., ”Stiftsarzt” in Seckau.

Biography: Litt. Fl. Tirol. 1900.
GOET: "Hieracia Seckauensis exsicc." (Stiria superior). Fasc. II. 1895 (separate).


PERRAUDIÈRE, Henri René Le Tourneux de la 1831 - 1861
born: Angers died: Bougie (Africa)
Travelled with COSSON through North Africa and, in 1855, with BOURGEAU in the Canaries.

Biography: COSSON 1881: 76 - 77.
LINDEMANN 1885.
GOET: Tenerife, 1855 (Hb. Gris.).


PERROTTET, George Samuel 1793 - 1870
born: Vully, Canton Vaud died: Pondicherry
Explorer, gardener and botanist in the French services. Involved in the introduction of agricultural plants in the colonies. Collected in several areas including in Senegal, the West Indies and India. Final post as government botanist in Pondicherry.

Biography: Symb. Ant. 3: 99 - 100. 1902.
Verh. Schweiz. Naturf. Ges. 90. I: 7 - 8. 1907.
Fl. Males. ser. I. 1: 404 - 405. 19050.
Herbarium: G (?)
GOET: Bryophytes from India ("India orientalis", comm. ROSTAFINSKY). Some
type material of species from MONTAGNE 1842 (Ann. Sci. Nat. Bot. sér. 2.
17: 243 - 256) and C. MÜLLER 1853: Bot. Zeitung. 11: 17 - 24, 33 - 40, 57 - 62.


PESTALOZZA, Fortunato fl. 1840
Italian doctor, in Milan and later in the Turkish services in Constantinopel and Adalia.

Biography: SACCARDO 1895 (see also GRISEBACH 1841, Reise Rumel. 1:100).
GOET: Turkey, near Bolu (Hb. Gris.).


PETER, Gustav Albert 1853 - 1937
born: Gumbinnen died: Göttingen
Botanist. Studied in Königsberg. Assitant to NÄGELI in Munich, where he gained his prof. status (habilitation). Wrote "Die Hieracien Mitteleuropas" with NÄGELI (1886 - 89). Prof. of botany in Göttingen from 1888. Wrote "Flora von SüdHanover" (1901). Expedition in southwest - , south and east Africa from 1913 - 19. Due to the partial loss of material, the expedition was repeated in 1925/26. "Flora von Deutsch - Ostafrika" (1929 - 1938, incomplete).

Biography: Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 56: (203) - (213). 1939.
Nachr. Ges. Wiss. Göttingen, Jahresber. 1937 / 38: 6 - 9. 1938.
Bothalia 15: 647-648. 1985.
WAGENITZ 1988: 136.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 372.
Herbarium: GOET (Africa expedition: B, K, GOET). The extensive material included his
own collection (also cryptogams). The specimens from the Hieracium work
are missing, which appear to have been destroyed or have been given to
Berlin: "Mit dem Wegräumen von über 700 Säcken mit Herbarfaszikeln, die
jahrzehntelang nicht berührt worden waren, klang nach seinem Tode diese
Forschungsperiode aus". (SCHMUCKER in Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 56:
(205). 1939.) -

Central Europe (in particular east Prussia, Bavaria, south Lower Saxony (many specimens for "Flora von Südhannover"), north Hessen, Thüringen, Alps, Bohemia and Moravia).
North Europe. - South east Europe (Hungary, Carpathians).
South west -, south and east Africa. (Following PETER's death the africian material was given to Berlin for revision, where it was partly destroyed in 1943. The majority of the remainder was revised in Berlin and Kew while Göttingen held the third set of the collection.)
PETER ed. "Hieracia Naegeliana" Nr. 1 - 40 and 301 - 400 including a few plants collected by J. G. MENDEL, including some taken from his collection in Munich. (See also F. WEILING 1969: Die Hieracium - Kreuzungen J. G. Mendels sowie ihr Niederschlag in Literatur und Herbarien. Z. Pflanzenzücht. 62: 63 - 99).


PETERS, Leo 1869 - 1858
born and died in Göttingen.
Trained as pharmacist before studying natural sciences. Achieved his Ph.D in Göttingen. Later worked as phytopythologist at the biological research institute in Berlin and Aschersleben.

Biography: Nachr. - Blatt. Dtsch. Pflanzenschutzdienst 10: 176. 1958.
WAGENITZ 1988: 137.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 373.
GOET: Bryophytes, Berlin, Harz, Göttingen.


PETROVIČ, Sava 1839 - 1889
born: Šabac (Serbia) died: Belgrade
Doctor and botanist (flora). 1873; physician to the King Milan.

Biography: Ann. Bot., London 3: 485 - 486. 1890.
GOET: A few specimens from Serbia, 1884 (Hb. Roth.).


PETRY, Hermann 1868 (?) - 1913
born: Neuwied died: Diedenhofen i. Lothr. (Thionville)
Lawyer, finally as district court judge in Diedenhofen (early in Zabern ?). Botanist.

Biography: ASCH. & GR. 6 (1): 725. 1904. 12 (3): 576. 1938.
Mag. Bot. Lap. 12: 281. 1913 (Obituary).
GOET: Alsace "Fl. vogeso-rhenana", a few specimens from Switzerland, Italy (Hb. Vo.).


PETTER, Franz 1798 - 1853
born: Waidhofen died: Cattaro
(Secondary school) prof. in Spalato (Split).

Biography: ASCH. & GR. 2 (2): 375. 1904; 6 (2): 269. 1907.
GOET: Dalmatia, partly as "Flora dalmatica exsiccata" (Hb. Bg., Gris., Vo.).


PFALZGRAF, Hans 1888 - 1955
born: Merzhausen, Ziegenhain district died: Stade
Teacher in Merzhausen, and as middle school teacher in Witzenhausen from 1924. Studied at the university of Göttingen from 1927 - 31. Final post as teacher ("Studienrat") in Stade. Botanist (vegetation science).

Biography: In the dissertation "Die Vegetation des Meißners und seine Waldgeschichte"
(Repert. Spec. Nov., Beih. 75. 1934).
Das Werraland 7: 36. 1955.
WAGENITZ 1988: 137.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 373.
GOET: A few specimens from Hessen.


PFEFFER, Wilhelm Friedrich Philipp 1845 - 1920
born: Grebenstein (Kurshessen) died: Leipzig
Trained as pharmacist before studying chemistry. Assistant to N. PRINGSHEIM and J. SACHS. Prof. of botany in Bonn, Basel, Tübingen and, (from 1887), Leipzig.
The leading plant physiologist of his time.

Biography: Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 38: (30) - (63). 1921.
Ber. Math.-Phys. Kl. Sächs. Akad. Wiss. Leipzig 75: 107-124. 1923.
BÜNNING, E. 1975: Wilhelm Pfeffer. Stuttgart (= Große Naturforscher Bd. 37).
DAB 2: 495 - 496. 1978.
Dict. Sci. Biogr. 10: 574 - 578. 1974.
WAGENITZ 1988: 138.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 373-374.
GOET: Bryophytes, Switzerland; also in RABENHORST, Bryotheca.

Comments: Between 1867 - 69 PFEFFER published several works on mosses, in
particular: Bryogeographische Studien aus den rhätischen Alpen. Neue
Denkschr. Allg. Schweiz. Ges. Naturw. Zürich 24 (5): 1 - 142. 1869 / 71.


PFLÜMER, Ch. F. 1831 - 1881
Teacher in Hameln.

Biography: Norddeutsche Familienkunde 6: 249-253. 1957.
GOET: Lower Saxony (Hameln, Ith, Harz etc.).


PFLUG 1741 - 1789
born: Wetzlar died: St. Croix ( before 1797)
German doctor. Left Copenhagen for the Antilles in 1786.

Biography: Symb. Ant. 3: 100. 1902.
See also ALPERS, F. 1905: Friedrich Ehrhart. S. 57, 84, 301.
A. HANSEN in litt.
GOET: St. Croix (Virgin islands, Lesser Antilles) (Hb. Ehrh.).


PFUND, Johannes Daniel Christian 1813 - 1876
born: Hamburg died: El Fasher (Al Faschir), Sudan
Botanist. Assistant at the regional museum in Prague. Doctor in Alexandria. Participant on expeditions in Sudan between 1874 - 76 (Kordofan and Darfur).

Biography: MAIWALD 1904: 118.
Kew Bull. 24: 191 - 216. 1970 (in particular Itin. in Sudan).
ESSNER 1985: 199.
Herbarium: PR (Bohemia), CAIM (CAI ?, Africa).
GOET: Egypt (Hb. Pae., Roth).


PHILIPPI, Georg 1936 -
born: Freiburg i. Br.
Botanist (flora, bryologist, vegetation science). Head curator and head of the botanical department of the collection of natural history in Karlsruhe.

Biography: KÜRSCHNER ed. 13. 1980.
GOET: 24 Nr. Bryophytes from around Göttingen and the Harz.
see also: G. PHILIPPI 1963: Beiträge zur Moosflora um Göttingen. Göttinger
Jahrb. 1963: 55 - 58.


PHILIPPI, Rudolph Amandus 1808 - 1904
born: (Berlin - ) Charlottenburg died: Santiago de Chile
Naturalist (botanist and zoologist). 1835 - 50; prof. of natural history and geography at the polytechnical college in Kassel. Emigrated to Chile in 1851 due to political reasons. 1853; prof. for botany and zoology and director of the natural history museum in Santiago de Chile. Important researcher of the Chilean flora.

Biography: Abh. Ber. Ver. Naturk. Cassel 49: 143 - 161. 1905.
Ber. Deutsch. Bot. Ges. 22: (68) - (83). 1905.
Philippia 1: 3 - 8. 1970.
Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 81: 743-748. 1994.
Herbarium: Plants collected before 1846 (Europe) are in GOET (acc. 1846), others are in
SGO.
GOET: Germany (Mark Brandenburg, Hessen). Switzerland. Italy 1830 - 32, 1838 /39.
Chile: "pl. Chilenses" 1851 - 60, partly ed. HOHENACKER (Hb. Bg., Gris.).
Argentina: b. Mendoza (acc. 1871 / 72), see also R.A. PHILIPPI 1870.


PICHLER, Thomas 1828 - 1903
Plant collector. Gardener and land owner in Lienz. Cabinet - maker.

Biography: Mag. Bot. Lap. 2: 262. 1903.
ASCH. & GR. 6 (2): 573. 1908.
Herbarium: BP (Hb. DEGEN)
GOET: Yugoslavia, including "Plantae Croatiae litoralis, Istriae etc." 1881 (Hb. Pae.),
also in Fl. Exsicc. Austro - Hung.
Greece: "pl. Graeciae exsicc." 1876 (acc. 1877, 330 Nr.).


PINARD, C.
Accompanied E. BOISSIER on a expedition through Turkey in 1842 ("drogman intelligent"). Later collected independently for BOISSIER in the Orient.

Biography: E. BOISSIER 1867: Fl. Or. 1: XIX.
Herbarium: G
GOET: South-west Turkey: Caria, 1843 (Hb. Bg.). Egypt, Syria, Palastine, 1846 (Hb.Gris.).


PITZ, Theodor 1904 - 1982
died: Arnsberg, Westphalia.
Teacher ("Oberstudienrat"), in several places including Arnsberg / Westphalia. Palaeontologist and bryologist.

Herbarium: GOET (acc. 1982). Bryophytes: Westphalia, Harz, France etc., ca. 1936 - 51.

Revisions: see also: E. KOPPE 1977: Moosflora von Westfalen. Recklinghausen.


POEPPIG, Eduard Friedrich 1798 - 1868
born: Plauen (Vogtl.) died: Wahren near Leipzig
Studied medicine from 1822 - 32, before going to America as explorer, (Cuba, USA, Chile, Peru,
Brazil). Prof. of zoology in Leipzig from 1833.

Biography: ADB 26: 421 - 427. 1888.
Bot. Jahrb. 21, Beibl. 53: 3 - 29. 1896.
Symb. Ant. 3: 103. 1902.
MORAWETZ & RÖSER 1998: Eduard Friedrich Poeppig 1798-1868.
Gelehrter und Naturforscher in Südamerika. Leipzig. Universität.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 378-379.
Herbarium: including B, W
GOET: Peru, Brazil (Hb. Bg., acc. 1839)


PÖTSCH, Ignaz Sigismund 1823 - 1884
born: Türmaul near Görkau died: Randegg, Norway.
Doctor (in Vienna, Gaming, Lower Austria, and Kremsmünster). Botanist (in particular lichenologist and bryologist).

Biography: MAIWALD 1904: 189 - 190.
GRUMMANN 1974.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 379-380.
GOET: Bryophytes from upper and lower Austria; 17 Nr. in RABENHORST,
Bryotheca & Hepaticae.


POHL, Johann Emanuel 1782 - 1834
born: Böhmisch- Kamnitz died: Vienna
Doctor, botanist and explorer. In Brazil from 1817 - 21. Chairman of the K.K. Brazilian museum in Vienna.

Biography: MAIWALD 1904: 96 - 98. 106 - 108.
FL. Bras. 1 (1): 78 - 82. 1906.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 380.
Herbarium: W
GOET: Brazil, a few specimens of Flacourtiaceae (ex Hb. W).


POLAKOWSKY, Hellmuth 1847 - 1917
born: Berlin
Biography: GRUMMANN 1974.

GOET: Costa Rica "Flora Costaricensis" 1875 (Hb. Pae.) including a few Isotypes.

Revisions: POLAKOWSKY 1877, Linnaea 41: 545 - 598.
Itinerary: POLAKOWSKY 1879, Pflanzenwelt von Costa Rica. – Jahresber. Ver.
Erdkunde Dresden 16.


PORTA, Pietro 1832 - 1923
born: Moërna (Val Vestino) died: Cologna di Creto
Priest in south Tyrol (Bolone, Riva, Cologna near Condino). Botanist (flora), collected in Italy and Spain partly with HUTER and RIGO.

Biography: Litt. Fl. Tirol. 1900.
ASCH. & GR. 12 (2): 99. 1930.
GOET: South Tyrol (Hb. Pae., Roth, Vo.), also in Fl. Exs. Austro - Hung.
Italy, with RIGO: "ex itinere I italico" 1874 (Hb. Pae.), "ex itinere II italiano"
1875 (Hb. Gris.).


POTONIÉ, Henry 1857 - 1913
born and died in Berlin.
Botanist, palaeobotanist and geologist. 1880 - 83; scientific worker, i.e. assistant at the botanical museum, Berlin. 1891; lecturer, 1900; prof. at the mining academy in Berlin. 1901; royal local geologist. Later as morphologist, became known as introducing the theory later known as ”telome hypothesis".

Biography: Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 55: (57) - (61). 1913.
Willdenowia 2: 15 - 22. 1958.
Englera 1. 1979.
ANDREWS 1980: The Fossil Hunters.Ithaca & London. p. 314-315.
GOET: A few specimens, Mark Brandenburg, 1877 (Hb. Pet.).


PRAGER

GOET: Australia (from around Sydney), Pter: Samoa Islands Upolu, 1888 ("misit
PRAGER").

Comments: PRAGER himself was probably not the collector.


PRAHL, Peter 1843 - 1911
born: Osterlügum (north Schleswig) died: Lübeck
Military doctor in several towns in Germany. Botanist (also bryologist).

Biography: A. WILHELMI 1901.
Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 53: (48) - (52). 1912.
Herbarium: B (†)
GOET: A few specimens from Schleswig Holstein (Hb. Pae., Roth).


PREISS (Preiß), Johann August Ludwig 1811 - 1883
born and died in Herzberg in the Harz.
Apprenticed as gardener at the botanic gardens in Göttingen. Explorer in West Australia (1838 - 41), later landowner in Herzberg.

Biography: SEELAND 1936: 28 - 29.
Austr. Dict. Biogr. 1, I - Z. 1967.
CARR & CARR 1981: 54-55, 119-123.
WAGENITZ 1988: 140.
Gleditschia 16,2: 133-154. 1988.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 383.
Herbarium: Mainly with LEHMANN's herbarium in S.
GOET: West Australia "N. Hollandia occid." (Hb. Bg., acc. 1842 / 44, after A. DC.
1880: 800 Nr.).

Revisions: LEHMANN, Ch. 1844 - 47: Plantae Preissianae. Hamburg. (Here F. G.
BARTLING revised a range of families).
LANDER, N.S. 1988: Asteraceae specimens collected by J.A.L.Preiss. –
Kingia 1: 9-19.


PRESL, Karel Bořiwoj 1794 - 1852
born and died in Prague.
Doctor and botanist, prof. at the University of Prague. 1817; expedition to Sicily.

Biography: Alman. Akad. Wiss. Wien 4: 120 - 126. 1854.
WURZBACH, Biogr. Lex. Kais. Oest. 23: 275 - 279. 1872.
MAIWALD 1904: 178 - 180.
Herbarium: PR
GOET: Sicily, 1817 (Hb. Bg., Herr.).


PRINGLE, Cyrus Guernsey 1838 - 1911
born: East Charlotte, Vermont died: Burlington
Gardener and plant grower. Plant collector in the USA (from 1880) and in Mexico (1885 - 1909).

Biography: DAVIS, H. B. 1936: Life and Work of Cyrus Guernsey Pringle. Burlington.
KNOBLOCH 1979: 55.
Herbarium: VT
GOET: USA "Flora of the Pacific Slope, Arizona" 1882 - 84 (acc. 1885 / 86, ca.
600 Nr.). Mexico: "Plantae Mexicanae" 1885 - 1907 (acc. 1890 - 1909,
ca. 3200 nr.). Included in the specimens from PRINGLE are about 750 types.

Revisions: Mostly by A. GRAY, J. M. GREENMAN, B. L. ROBINSON, J. N. ROSE
and S. WATSON in the Proceed. Amer. Acad. Arts Sci.


PRIOR, Richard Chandler See under: ALEXANDER, Richard Chandler


PROGEL, August 1829 - 1889
born: Munich died: Waldmünchen
Doctor (district doctor in Waldmünchen from 1876). Botanist (co-worker on the "Flora Brasiliensis"), specialised in Rubus and Rosa. Bryologist.

Biography: Ber. Bot. Ver. Landshut 11: XXXIV - XXXX. 1889.
Fl. Bras. 1 (1): 194. 1906.
MÄGDEFRAU 1978: 133, 145.
FRAHM & EGGERS 2001: 386.
Herbarium: M
GOET: Bryophytes, Bavaria (Hb. Vo.), also in RABENHORST, Bryotheca (ca. 20
Nr.).


PROPPE, M.
Civil servant in Berlin, senior civil servant in the foreign ministry (see also Verh. Bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenburg 49: LXIV, 1908; 50: CXXXII, 1909).

GOET: Mark Brandenburg, Riesengebirge, ca. 1906 - 07 (ex Hb. Inst. Waldbau).


PURDIE, William ca. 1817 - 1857
born: Scotland died: Trinidad
Gardener in Edinburgh. Plant collector in Jamaica and in tropical south America. 1846 - 57; super intendent of the botanical gardens in Trinidad.

Biography: Symb. Ant. 3: 107 - 108. 1902.
DESMOND 1977.
Herbarium: K (and TRIN?)
GOET: Trinidad (Hb. Gris.).

Itinerary: J. Arnold Arbor. 46: 268 - 270. 1965.